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From the supplier: Previous studies have suggested a link between relative age and sports participation. To verify the external validity of these studies and to see if their findings could be generalized, birth records of minor league and professional hockey players in Nova Scotia, Canada, are studied. Results support earlier studies' findings that there is a link between relative age and sports participation.
Citation Details Title: The relative age phenomenon in sport: a replication and extension with ice-hockey players. Author: Jacques L. Boucher Publication:Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport (Refereed) Date: December 1, 1994 Publisher: American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD) Volume: v65Issue: n4Page: p377(5)